staph infection in the...
Posted By: ALH on 2007-12-21
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Staphylococcus aureus infection in the s/l eyelet?
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Patient with a staph infection. Please sm
Subject: Patient with a staph infection. Please sm
It turned out to be a non-MRSA infection. When he was in the hospital, he received "2 s/l units of s/l Ancept therapy" Thanks!
s/l new pressin nose drops to treat staph infection
Subject: s/l new pressin nose drops to treat staph infection
may be "nidus of" infection (i.e. source/focus of infection) .nm
Subject: may be "nidus of" infection (i.e. source/focus of infection) .nm
Type of infection s/l merse infection?
Subject: Type of infection s/l merse infection?
I'm stumped. New doctor for me and I have never heard anything like this. Sounds like merse infection? Any ideas?
Jerovecki infection or Gerovecki infection...see more
Subject: Jerovecki infection or Gerovecki infection...see more
The prophylactic antibiotic that I probably would give her would be something to avoid Pneumocystis corinii "Gerovecki infection" or "Jerovecki infection."
Could it be strep or staph? nm
Subject: Could it be strep or staph? nm
Staph pneumonia? (nm)
Subject: Staph pneumonia? (nm)
maybe Staph epidermidis
Subject: maybe Staph epidermidis
Subject: Staph. epidermiditis
This is the one that is dictated the most often.
Subject: staph aureus............
What negative staph?
Subject: What negative staph?
It SOUNDS like guaiac negative staph, but I know that is not right. Any ideas? The patient had a reexcision of left chronic draining fistula from periductal mastitis and completion ductectomy.
Subject: Staph ominus?
The dictator states that the patient is only growing staph ominus in two blood cultures.
Or Staph non-aureus? nm
Subject: Or Staph non-aureus? nm
Staph orni ??
Subject: Staph orni ??
He says it clearly and it sounds like Staph orni, but I've never heard of it. Anybody?
coagulase negative Staph
Subject: coagulase negative Staph
s/l coag neg staph *indipiloid*
Subject: s/l coag neg staph *indipiloid*
Thanks for any help
culture was only coag neg staph and
Subject: culture was only coag neg staph and
s/l and dipiloid or indipiloid
Maybe Staph Coagulase positive
Subject: Maybe Staph Coagulase positive
I think I have heard this before.
H. pylori and Staph aureus probably
Subject: H. pylori and Staph aureus probably
Staph aureus that is resistent to
Subject: Staph aureus that is resistent to
benzylpenicillen and other agents. A ______ that is resistent to Bactrim.
I feel like it is another organism but I can't hear it clear enough to decide.
Now sounds like Staph fornari
Subject: Now sounds like Staph fornari
He says it a second time but I can't find anything resembling Staph fornari either.
Staphylococcus hominis is a species of staph...sm
Subject: Staphylococcus hominis is a species of staph...sm
It is usually a harmless skin infection but can cause problems in immunocompromised patients. He's probably saying "staph hominis sepsis."
could it be coag (coagulase) negative staph
Subject: could it be coag (coagulase) negative staph
We had cultures done initially which showed him to have Enterobacter and staph which was sm
Subject: We had cultures done initially which showed him to have Enterobacter and staph which was sm
sensitive to Floxin and he had been on s/l tenalones for about 14-20 days.
Sarcoma clinic note - patient found to have coag-neg staph instead
Subject: Sarcoma clinic note - patient found to have coag-neg staph instead
-The plan is to start her on antibiotics as per s/l ID's recommendation and follow her closely.-
This doesn't sound like the name of any of the doctors involved, so I thought it may be a protocol that I'm not familiar with. Thanks for your help!
wound cultures grew staph s/l avitromidus ?? avid-troe-muh-tus
Subject: wound cultures grew staph s/l avitromidus ?? avid-troe-muh-tus
methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (Staph aureus) (nmsg)
Subject: methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (Staph aureus) (nmsg)
s/l soracia. pt has some type of infection on wrist that was cultured and was given ciprofloxacin.
Subject: Sorry: infection
cannot be certain without more information but just seems like it would fit with flexion/reflexion sound.
Patient has a vancomycin resistant s/l Ephysium infection.?? TIA
need name of type of leg infection
Subject: need name of type of leg infection
sounds like bilateral "mercer" leg infection?
Subject: Perinecal Infection?
There is erythema and swelling at the base of the right index finger nail. No fluctuance. No evidence of purulence is seen. She has good movement of the finger with normal sensation.
ASSESSMENT: _____ infection, right index finger.
Blank s/l perinecal?
Need help. s/l paronychial infection SM
Subject: Need help. s/l paronychial infection SM
Says that the patient has a paronychial infection of his finger and also uses the term paronychial flap.
My mind is blank, kids are home today, and I have spent way too much time trying to figure this out.
Would paronychial be correct or would parenchymal be correct? Or are they both wrong?? Thanks so much!!!!
could it be a line infection?
Subject: could it be a line infection?
As in an incision line infection?
type of infection
Subject: type of infection
This is just a list: S/L Akonella corodons infection
Subject: MRSA infection
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have been doing MT for almost 3 years and I have never heard that before. (hugs)
an infection, deformity (?)
Subject: an infection, deformity (?)
Subject: Pseudomonas infection
Doctor is saying Pseudomonas s/l percephetic knee infection. TIA.
Patient with ear infection
Subject: Patient with ear infection
I am transcribing a report on a patient with an ear infection. The doctor states:
No dullness, bulging or loss of s/l lamric of the tympanic membrane.
Any suggestions? TIA
help with infection terms
Subject: help with infection terms
Dictator says under lab section:
Urinalysis showed trace hemoglobin and occasional bacteria, Streptococcus pyogenes Ag. Throat was presumptive negative. Influenza A Ag was negative.
Am I typing the *Ag* correctly. What does it mean? The only thing I can come up with is group A but not convinced on that. Thanks for any help.
Subject: perinicular infection?..sm
the patient has a hook nail deformity over her index finger and the doc states it is likely a "perinicular" infection? Cannot document perinicular..........
paronychial infection NM
Subject: paronychial infection NM
Subject: norovirus infection
"She has not acquired the _____ infection that has afflicted many other residents."
_____ sounds like "norovirus." I Googled it and found it but can't verify it in Stedman's.
If you name what type of infection, it will help
Subject: If you name what type of infection, it will help
Could it be hepatic infection?
Subject: Could it be hepatic infection?
E. faecium infection sm
Subject: E. faecium infection sm
as in Enterococcus faecium
s/l surpency infection?
Subject: s/l surpency infection?
Left facial contusion; x-ray facial bones, add antibiotics for prophylactic s/l surpency or sirpenci infection.
how about "focus of infection" nm
Subject: how about "focus of infection" nm
undercurrent infection?? sm
Subject: undercurrent infection?? sm
TREATMENT/PLAN: The plan is going to be to run some studies to evaluate this loosening picture and assess the likelihood of "undercurrent infection".
ASSESSMENT: Loose tibial component; now 13 years status post total knee replacement on the right in a 38-year-old female with a history of staphylococcal septic arthritis prior to her knee replacement.